His speech was meant to terrorise top police officials and the judiciary such that they could not perform their functions and abstain from pursuing any action against any leader of his party, police record says.
"This [the Molotov newsletter] is our response to those who slow down the flow of information –– and that's a threat to us," thirty-year-old Lynn Thant, not his real name, says.
The junta that seized power has plunged the country into three consecutive overnight internet blackouts, as it attempts to extinguish popular resistance to its rule.
Opposition lawmaker Medard Sseggona says he fears police will seize vital information related to elections that Wine said were marked by fraud.
Defying the stringent protest ban, hundreds of Egyptians mobilised in various towns and cities to participate in protests against the country’s autocratic leader Abdel Fattah el Sisi. Security forces are now cracking down hard on protestors.
Hundreds of protesters took to the streets in central Cairo and several cities on Friday against Sisi, a former army general who came in power in 2014 after ousting democratically elected President Mohamed Morsi.
President Maithripala Sirisena orders emergency for another 30 days, citing "public security," a month after deadly Easter bombings killed 258 people.
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